Simply Kinder - Kindergarten Teaching Blog
The students can create this chart to help them gain a better understanding of the four seasons.
Sunday Sneak Peek
Happy Fall Y'all! I'm so sorry about my lack of posting, but please just stick with me. In this, my 13th year of teaching, I'm feeling more overwhelmed than any year so far. I think once I get through my first Ohio Teacher's Evaluation I'll be able to breathe a little bit easier. I promise y'all I'm working until all hours of the night, but I'm feeling so behind! Okay...enough of the Sadsville and onto my Sunday Sneak peak. This past week we learned all about leaves. We not only learned…
That insane day called "Black Friday" is just around the corner! Alarm clocks set to go off at a ridiculous hour, people camped out at the malls to be the first through the door, and the overall mad dashes to find the best deals for the holidays. Well, because October flew by so fast, I thought I would start the shopping trend early this year! My Black Friday Sale begins today! Stop by my Teachers Pay Teachers store for 20% off all my products including a few new ones! Sale ends Monday…
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Anchor Charts and Circle Maps
We made a Circle Map this week while we are learning about details. We also made a list of Ocean Animals before we started reading our story for the week. I had no idea that Dory was a Pacific Regal Blue Tang- but my Smarties knew it! This is my Literacy Wall in my classroom where we try to contain our weekly knowledge in one place. It has our retelling cards, oral vocabulary, spelling words with selection vocabulary challenge words, anchor charts, graphs and maps, and my Whole Brain…
Engaging Your Learners with Interactive Pocket Charts
I have always found the some of my most successful pocket chart activities are my interactive pocket chart poems or chants. Why, you may ask?
Plants and a Sale!
As we gear up for open house (yep... only a few weeks from now), we have begun our plant and animals unit! I like this science unit because it is filled with experiments, investigations, projects and research :) All my FAVES! We kicked off this week with the parts of the plant, what they need and how they get it. I made a quick anchor chart with the kiddos. I drew and labeled the flower and tree. The kids drew the pics for what they need :) After we do the anchor chart the kids make a…